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Godiva Festival

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22:24
Jul 6th 2013


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Ep 99: Wizards Sleeve

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Nice meeting Adamski this evening at the Godiva festival. Unfortunately I gave you my gamertag and not my forum login name. sorry dude.

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Jul 7th 2013


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He is indeed, a super fine fellow. thumbs-up

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18:53
Jul 9th 2013


Adamski UK

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I only went for the Saturday evening, but what a cracking donut was.

Really enjoyed the silent disco they had on.
Everyone gets a set of headphones to wear – pretty sturdy ones too, not like the old Sony Walkman things – which you can switch between two channels of audio for each DJ. The Jam on one channel, Jessie J on the other…no prizes for guessing which one I was listening to!

The bars that were there (you were not allowed to take your own booze) had a great idea going on.
Beer was served in big paper cups with the Turburg logo (think that's how you spell it!). You got 10p if you took the cup back.
There were loads of kids picking up and collecting all the cups up! My kids made £8!!
Not a single cup was on the floor! Plenty of other rubbish, but it was a great incentive.

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